What I Learned in 2015


Another year has passed and we embark on another.  Reflecting on the prior year can provide insight to both your successess and failures.  I have found this helpful, especially the last few years as I have been growing spiritually, learning to become a better husband, experiencing what it is to be a father, building my Chiropractic practice, discovering new passions and living life to the fullest!  I wanted to share with you what I learned in 2015, so here is my top 10 list, in no particular order.

  1. Setting goals is the best way to hold yourself accountable.
  2. There are people all around you that will help you, if you let them.
  3. Sometimes, you need to get out of your own way in order to succeed.
  4. You need to be strong and tell people what they need to hear and not what they want to hear.
  5. Be yourself and be real with people.
  6. If you’re confident in what you tell someone, it will show; and inturn their compliance with your recommendations will show.
  7. A phone call, note, email, text or hug can go a long way in making a person feel better and can really make someone’s day.
  8. The more you give, the more you will receive.
  9. Spare no expense to better yourself in all facets of life.
  10. Always make the things that matter most to you a priority. The catch is getting your priorities straight!

I went into 2015 with a plan for what I thought was just for my business(Chiropractic practice), but what happened was extraordinary.  I realized that in order for me to be successful in my career, all facets of my life had to evolve as well.  My spiritual journey, fatherhood and being a husband, son, brother, friend, etc had to move forward in order to accomplish my goals.  In the end, I’m happier because of it and am more successful not just from a career standpoint, but in life!

I encourage you to set goals for yourself in 2016 and work towards a better you!

Yours in health,

Dr. G

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